Discover the World's Top 10 Sustainable Cities and Their Green Features

Intengine's Writer Community

January 3, 2024

Today, more than half of the world's population (56%) lives in urban areas and cities, and the proportion is expected to increase to 68% by 2050. To answer the need for growing city population, the urbanized land area around the world needs to be doubled or even tripled by that time. 


Top 10 Global Sustainable and Green Building Awards

Intengine's Writer Community

May 10, 2023

Construction is one of the most critical industries that plays a vital role in sustainability. An increasing number of industry players have started to become more sustainable by looking at new methods to cut down on waste and innovating new products to help improve many facets of the building process. Recognizing companies' contributions towards creating a fair and sustainable future with their green


How Can the European Property Industry Meet the 2030 Climate Target Plan?

Roy Cohen

December 7, 2021

In this article, UK auction company Property Solvers explore all of the steps that could - and should - be taken by property investors, developers, construction firms and agents to help Europe hit its 2030 target. We’ll also explain what the European Commission intends to achieve with the 2030 climate plan and the 2050 net zero target beyond that, exploring some of the figures and projections that have


Building Back a Better Canada Will Take Green Industries


November 8, 2021

Environmental workers are already prominent members of Canada’s workforce. According to the latest Labour Market Outlook to 2025 (March 2021) prepared by ECO Canada, environmental workers are present in every Canadian region, and industry, and in nearly every occupation. 

LA County moves to ban oil and gas drilling

Grist News

September 17, 2021

A unanimous vote from the county’s supervisors means L.A. County could become first in the nation to phase out existing oil wells.

Program to help councils supercharge climate action

Sustainability Matters

September 9, 2021

The Cities Power Partnership and Ironbark Sustainability have joined forces to launch an Australian program that will enable local governments to make evidence-based decisions when investing in emissions reduction projects. The pilot program uses the Cities Activity Database (CAD), Ironbark Sustainability’s tool, that categorises data from about 13,000 climate activities from more than 800


Denser cities could be a climate boon – but nimbyism stands in the way

Grist News

August 27, 2021

Drawing people into cities could cut emissions and combat housing crises. But even progressives are hard to convince.

Sustainable agriculture is the future of farming – here’s why

Grist News

August 17, 2021

When it comes to competing against forces of gentrification and big agribusiness in the name of food equity, small farmers and urban farms have a lot in common.

Fannie Mae promised investors green buildings. What does it have to show for $95 billion in loans?

Grist News

August 11, 2021

'We're looking at some measure of greenwashing in the largest program in the world.'

Tall buildings: Good for the housing crisis, bad for the climate crisis

Grist News

August 11, 2021

The UN climate report pinpoints the biggest culprit behind overheated cities.